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!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. amy goodman: commemorations are being held across the country this year to mark the hundredth anniversary of the birth of one of the country's greatest songwriters, woody guthrie. born on july 14, 1912, in okemah, oklahoma, guthrie wrote hundreds of folk songs, including "this land is your land," "pastures of plenty," "pretty boy floyd," "do re mi" and this song, "the ranger's command." narrator: two fragments of film survive of guthrie performing. one of them, lost in the archives for 40 years has only just come to light. woody guthrie: [singing] but the rustlers broke on us in the dead hours of night; she 'rose from her blanket, a battle to fight. she 'rose from her blanket with a gun in each hand, said: come all of you cowboys, fight for your land. amy goodman: a rare 1945 video recording of woody guthrie. known as the dust bowl troubadour, guthrie became a major influence on countless musicians, including bob dylan, bruce springsteen, pete seeger and phil ochs. while woody guthrie is best remembered as a musician, he also had a d
, that they started writing together. writing together. amy goodman: the gershwins' porgy and bess in 1940. porgy and bess in 1940. ernie harburg: yip's career took a kind of detour, because when the war, world war i, came and yip was a socialist and did not believe in the war, he took a boat down to uruguay for three years. i mean, he refused to fight in the thing. that's shades of 1968 and the vietnam war, right? amy goodman: and why didn't he believe in world war i? ernie harburg: because he was a full, deep-dyed socialist who did not believe that capitalism was the answer to the human community and that indeed it was the destruction of the human spirit. and he would not fight its wars. and at that time, the socialists and the lefties, as they were called, bolsheviks and everything else, were against the war. and so, when he came back, he got married, he had two kids, and he went into the electrical appliance business, and all the time hanging out with ira and george and howard dietz and buddy de sylva and writing light verse for the f.p.a conning tower. and the newspapers used to carry light
disclosure by pricing sponsors as basis of the data to 150% ami. planning department -- below 120% but has formula to create a to 150%. the planning department is here in case you need to correct me or clarify something. feel free. the -- reporting is to identify actual numbers based on a percentage of last year's total. i believe the the methodology to determine the 120 to 150% area median income warrants its own policy discussion which i don't of i won't be around to participate in but the board might look at this discussion in the feature. it might be worthy more at land use or something. however until that longer discussion occurs i propose we should keep the legislation as is, reporting actual numbers. so that kind of sums up some of the amendments that were added tÎÑ÷ this. >> president chiu: supervisor olague has made the possession to amend as described. is there a second? seconded by supervisor kim. any discussion? supervisor kim. >> supervisor kim: not on the motion to amend. >> president chiu: on the motion to amend, supervisor wiener. >> supervisor wiener: i just i -- everyt
-- and the senate on c-span2. host: amy kremer is chairman of the tea party express and is here to talk to us about the tea party and the future of the republican party. welcome to the "washington journal." guest: thanks for having me. i'm happy to be here. host: we've got an article here from the "christian science monitor" with the headline, "will the tea party compromise"" he writes, tea partiers may be more amenable to an agreement on tax revenues now that the electorate has signaled it doesn't especially like what the tea party has been up to. he goes on to say, if there's a mandate in yesterday's results, said speaker john boehner on yesterday, it's a mandate to find a way for us to work together. republicans, he said, are willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions to get a bipartisan agreement over the budget. your thoughts about what robert reich had to say and what the speaker is saying. guest: well, you know, i think that we need to find some common ground. obviously we're facing this fiscal cliff, so we have to find some common ground. everybody's talking about revenue, nob
bridge are closed now it began before midnight when police began chasing a suspect. amy hollyfield is live near the scene at the bay bridge. >> reporter: take a look behind me. see the red lights? that is where a chp officer is on the bay bridge blocking that exit to treasure island. this is going into the city, coming from oakland. this is westbound. traffic moving around it okay. be aware that you cannot exit on to treasure island. officials realize that traffic is okay now but the commute hours are coming, they realize this could change. here's why this is happening. police are trying to stop a man at bush street they were told he was armed, this was in san francisco, they say he took off. while he was trying to escape, he shot at the police officers at least once. they followed him to treasure island. they say he jumped out of his car and now he's threatening suicide. police say he's on the shoreline in treasure island, before the guard booth before that vista area if you have been to the island you know what area i'm speaking about. they say it is too dangerous to let people i
chasing a suspect. amy hollyfield is live near the scene of the bay bridge. the problem is causing for people trying to get home and work later. >> reporter: that's right the concern this is going to cripple the commute into san francisco. here's what it looks like now. traffic moving okay. it is only 5:00 in the morning. we are on the upper deck, this is westbound traffic, you can see an officer there see those red flares? that's where the officer is blocking the ramp to treasure island. treasure island is on lock down, no one allowed on or off. this is because police are dealing with a man who is averaged and threatening suicide. police say he's already fired his gun once at police. officers are worried he will do it again and could hurt someone. they've got him sectioned off on treasure island at the shoreline at vista point before that guard house as you pull on to the island. police don't want anyone diving past him, they say it is too dangerous. they say he -- has already led police on a high speed chase and fired at them. there are 50 people in san francisco trying to get ho
update. right now we have amy hollyfield standing by in the north bay. >> let's begin with meteorologist lisa argen she is tracking the storm. >>> good morning. we have seen this increase within the last hour or so the darker green indicates heavier rain, yellows offshore this is a loop you can see green beginning to spread east from highway 1 to highway 101, windsor, calistoga, into the east bay richmond still light rain, rain and wind along the richmond-san rafael bridge through larkspur, southern marin, golden gate bridge wet, peninsula san francisco looking at wet weather, 280, 101 into alameda castro valley lighter returns not yet seeing much except the wind in the south bay, san jose wind gusts up to third -- 35 miles an hour. today coast, bay, inland heavy rain, gusty winds throughout the morning. late morning hours into noontime, the winds diminish, rain tapers, just scattered showers mild in the 60s, by the evening hours, better evening commute, just a few showers, getting into heavier rain around 2:00 tomorrow night into your friday morning commute. >>> roads
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the powerful sect. and our amy robach goes in search of answers. >>> and the beatles bombshell. the audition that was rejected. ♪ hoping for a shot but told they had no future. now, that beatles song could fetch a fortune. >>> and good evening on this friday night. diane has the holiday off. and we begin here on black friday, with that feeding frenzy that unraveled across much of this country today. americans competing for deals. this image when the clock struck midnight at macy's here in midtown manhattan. 11,000 customers waiting in the middle of the night at that one store alone. and across the country, throughout the day today, along with the customers, the security guards, trying to keep the peace. and they were needed. look at this. just one of the flareups. two customers getting into a fight in a parking lot, a guard pulling one off the other. and when you widen out, you can see other customers in the crowd taking pictures with their cell phones. what happened to the holiday spirit? abc's john schriffen live tonight in columbus circle and john, you've got it all for us. good evening
the wind mixed with rain and fog. we have live team coverage of the storm with amy hollyfield in the north bay. katie marzullo on the coast. eric thomas is at sfo. meteorologist lisa argen in the weather center with live doppler 7 hd. >>> good morning. we are looking at the back edge of this system in the north bay. heaviest rain now in the east bay, peninsula, just had a good downpour here. dublin 580 and south towards union city and fremont moderate rain now the winds have been a big factor gusting to 30 and 40 miles an hour. this rain pushing into the east bay and oakland now. still, rain to the west and woodside, 280, 101 through sunnyvale, watch out cupertino getting into heavier rain now. off the coast pescadero, santa cruz picking up rain. wind gusts up to 32 miles an hour, san jose still airport delays and wind advisory extended into 2:00 this afternoon for wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour. >>> the coast and in particular pacifica, has been pounded by ferocious winds and rain most of the morning. more than 1,000 are in the dark there. katie marzullo is live on palmetto avenue in p
of the storm with amy hollyfield in the north bay. katie marzullo on the coast. eric thomas is at sfo. meteorologist lisa argen in the weather center with live doppler 7 hd. >>> good morning. we are looking at the back edge of this system in the north bay. heaviest rain now in the east bay, peninsula, just had a good downpour here. dublin 580 and south towards union city and fremont moderate rain now the winds have been a big factor gusting to 30 and 40 miles an hour. this rain pushing into the east bay and oakland now. still, rain to the west and woodside, 280, 101 through sunnyvale, watch out cupertino getting into heavier rain now. off the coast pescadero, santa cruz picking up rain. wind gusts up to 32 miles an hour, san jose still airport delays and wind advisory extended into 2:00 this afternoon for wind gusts up to 45 miles an hour. >>> the coast and in particular pacifica, has been pounded by ferocious winds and rain most of the morning. more than 1,000 are in the dark there. katie marzullo is live on palmetto avenue in pacifica what is happening? >> reporter: this is palmetto
amy is saying the worst is up the road they can't get to it there is so much mud there. >> we'll have a liveyj<ç reportn a few minutes. thanks for joining us at 6:00, i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. forecast is mild for this time of year. >>> we start with live doppler, keep the up -- umbrellas away. we are going to be milder as we need the afternoon hours compared to yesterday, we'll start around the bay where we are in the mid to upper 40s this morning, we'll be hanging around the upper 50s to low 60s for your lunch hour, mid to upper 60s by 4:00, a jacket will be required during the evening. less frost this morning, inland valleys, 37 to 41, near 60 at noon, mid 60s at 4:00, mid 50s at 7:00, if you are heading out to the coast, warmer in the 50° range this morning, 60 at noon, all the way to 4:00, then drop back into the 50s by 7:00, most of us have a mix of high clouds and sun, bright day also. let's get traffic. >>> wanted to show you the bay bridge toll, good morning happy tuesday, no metering lights yet a bit of delay you are paying cash h
bridge or what you can see, visibility is low now. here's video amy hollyfield and ian back dock shot this morning, thick fog -- babcock shot this morning, thick fog at 6:30 we go live to amy and see how drivers are navigating through the fog. >>> chp investigate wag caused aid head off on crash in the foothills that killed four, including three members of an oakland family saturday night on highway 50 in the eldorado county town of casino, westbound prius crossed four lanes, hit head-on by a minivan driving in the opposite direction, drive and to passengers in the prius died, 4-year-old girl in the minivan was also killed. coming up, kira klapper will reveal new information about the victims. >>> highway patrol says bay area fatalities are up from last year at this time, seven people have died on bay area roads compared to six last thanksgiving weekend. chp says this bmw was going fast in foggy conditions yesterday morning when it rear-ended a big rig on i-81 person died at the scene, a second victim was airlifted to john newer medical center. >>> highway -- patrol trying to -- an un
. he was searching. >> larry montgomery turned his attention to chris mcamis. guilty or innocent? chris was the last person known to be with lynsie. he told police he drove straight home after dropping lynsie off. and police found that fophoto o what looked like his truck heading north away from lynsie's neighborhood, which took him past this atm camera. >> the video from the atm camera, police at the time saw that as not iron clad proof that chris was telling the truth, but suggestive that what he said, he actually did. >> correct. >> but when larry compared photos of chris' truck with the photos from the bank, he saw something no one else had noticed. the paint on the back of the side view mirrors on chris' truck was white. >> what about the truck in the photo? >> the truck in the photo had a dark spot in that area which means whatever mirrors were there, if there were mirrors there, were black. >> so it's not the same truck? >> that's right, they're not. >> suddenly chris' alibi had a big hole in it. he moved on to chris' history with women. two ex-girlfriends talked to police about
report. i'm amy goodman. president obama will open deficit reduction talks friday with a call for one point -- $ 1.6 trillion tax hike on corporations and the wealthiest americans in the next 10 years. the figure is double the total offered by house republicans during masters debt talks. on tuesday, democrats signaled they would reject republican calls to preserve the bush tax cuts for top earners in exchange for removing deductions. it is unclear if obama will revive his previous willingness to raise the retirement age to 67 and cap benefit hikes under social security. obama and house speaker john boehner are due to begin negotiations friday on averting the so-called fiscal cliff of expiring tax cuts and automatic spending reductions set to take effect at the end of the year. speaking in washington, treasury secretary timothy geithner stressed the urgency of reaching a deal. >> i know the cliff is unattractive. it would cause a lot of damage to the american economy. a careful about those who argue and urge for "let's just extend while we negotiate." it will leave a different source o
. welcome to "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. we are broadcasting from new york city and st. louis, missouri. the death toll of superstorm sandy along the eastern seaboard has jumped to 98 as more bodies are recovered by the dead. 40 people have been killed in new york city, half of them on staten island, which was overcome with devastating flooding. staten island residents have criticized local and federal officials for allegedly ignoring recovery there, saying they're in desperate need of aid. new york city is facing criticism for continuing with its famed annual marathon nday, , spite calls for postponement. supporters of a delay have argued the marathon will divert attention and resources from aiding the hundreds of thousands who still lacked power and are in need of relief. utility officials have predicted that electricity will be mostly restored to lower manhattan by the weekend. though several million from long island to new jersey could be in the dark for a least another week, some 1.6 million people remain without power in
. they set up a perimeter, police negotiators were able to convince the man to surrender. amy hollyfield will have more in a live report in the next half hour. >>> 5:05. oakland police investigating that city's 116th homicide of the year. detectives say a man was shot and killed in east oakland after 8:00 last night. officers found the victim unresponsive near the san leandro border. he was pronounced dead at the scene. >> the murders of two teenaged oakland this week have underscoreed growing fear that criminals are getting bolder. 15-year-old raquel gerstel and her 16-year-old friend bobbie sartain were gunned down, the shootings have left family members and friends looking for answers. >> i within to the morgue, the coroner's office -- i couldn't believe it was my daughter, the picture i saw, they shot her quite a few times. >> my daughter wasn't where she was supposed to be. i begged and pleaded with her to stay off the streets of oakland. she was supposed to be at a friend's house. it is bad out there in oakland right now. >> two and a half miles from the murder scene in elementary
service has changed profoundly. i'm not doing this to pay tribute to amy. i also believe this is going to be century of women in america and there has to be acknowledgment of that. >> what do you mean going to be. >> well it is. and it's taking place and i say that and i'm the father of three daughters and a remarkable wife and four grand daughters. but you look at every conceivable thing and that ought to be encouraged more than it is and the prefile ought to be raised because we're going to need everybody to solve this. >> rose: with that thank you very much tom brokaw, thank you jon meacham, thank you amy gutmann, thank you tom friedman and thank you david brooks. captioning sponsored by rose communications captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org th tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, what we can expect with a second term from obama in the white house. we have amy goodman. obama has to set a second agenda. aboutodman's recent book attacks is called "the silence and jordy." -- "the silenced majority." >> there is a saying that dr. king
tonight, what we can expect with a second term from obama in the white house. we have amy goodman. obama has to set a second agenda. aboutodman's recent book attacks is called "the silence and jordy." -- "the silenced majority." >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: for more tonight on the election of 2012 and what it means beyond the results, i am pleased to be joined by amy goodman. she is the host of "democracy now!" and her new book is called "the silent majority." she joins us from new york. good to have you back on this program. >> it is great to be with you, tavis. tavis: there so as to talk about. your thoughts on what happened this week, giuliani presidential rac
start to your thanksgiving getaway. amy hollyfield is live in oakland with what is happening. >> reporter: it is wet out here. we are keeping an eye on the toll plaza, today is going to be a busy day on the roads. traffic okay we haven't seen big areas of standing water, it is wet something to keep in mind. look at this video we shot overnight, bay area did get a good soaking overnight, chp tells me they were very busy, several calls, solo spin-outs the peak of the weather between 11 p.m. and 2:00 this morning the phone was ringing off the hook caltrans was also busy overnight responding to calls of flooded areas that needed to be drained or areas they needed to help out drivers. now the rain seems to be tapering off a bit calls are slowing. hopefully, this won't impact your journey too much today if you are trying to get away for the thanksgiving holiday. the good news, we are getting through it now. tomorrow the forecast looks good it is supposed to be a beautiful thanksgiving holiday. amy hollyfield, abc7 news. >>> this morning, marin county residents are keeping an eye on
marzullo and amy hollyfield have been watching conditions along the coast and north bay. first meteorologist lisa argen is tracking the system. >>> good morning. the storm has maybe slowed a little because the brunt of the activity is yet to come. we are looking at leading edge of it now up through sonoma county, a little bit more yellows. the cold front still a couple hours away we are looking at the winds continuing to increase the next few hours of the here's fort ross, and bodega bay getting light rain, wind advisory going up, winds from 10 miles an hour up to 40 miles an area, -- an hour, bay area wide, we'll keep watch all morning long. >>> so far, we are light, but preparing for a hectic commute. live look at golden gate bridge down to one lane northbound, two lanes southbound. roadwork in the north part of the span that should be picked up in the next half an hour. very light conditions, no rain there. we did have a little rain farther north in marin this morning. west 4 at harbor, car fire on the shoulder. also roadwork or pardon me yes roadwork al 0 to eastbound 80 ra
and some locals are cashing in with their condos, apartments and homes. >> it's exciting. >> amy london plans to rent her one-bedroom apartment just three blocks from the white house for as much as $5,000 during president obama's inauguration weekend. the.8 million people attended the historic inauguration in 2009. this time around, the economic impact could be tens of millions of dollars. the hotel has already reserved 50 rooms for inauguration weekend in just three days. when president obama won a second term? >> the next day, literally, the phones were ringing off the hook. the average daily rate was $600. >> manager clint jackson expects a full house. >> people have been calling the restaurant since the election has already been over. >> while businesses around town prepare to cash in? amy london is crossing her inc.ers. >> it's exciting. >> well, good luck to you, amy. i'll make sure i do a follow up interview with you around inauguration time. the inauguration falls on monday. live here in worth west d.c., i'm shomari stone, news 4. >> the annual holiday show ice opens one week fr
to be the piece de resistance for the party. a surprise for amy. why didn't you mention this before? because, as you so astutely pointed out, i rigged the thing. tripp: unfortunately, we haven't found any lost effigies running around town, so you're looking pretty good for this. obviously, the killer took it. look, i didn't like roger for the way he treated amy, but i didn't kill him. you know, i think you're in love with amy. this whole gay thing's not working for me. believe me, honey, i'm not that good an actor. caine: no, but you may be that good a killer. (applause and cheering) (people screaming) so what do you think? basic. at meineke i have options... like oil changes starting at $19.95. my money. my choice. my meineke. got the cheese quesadilla, all you can eat pancakes, the cordon bleu melt, the fried cheese melt... so many choices, so little airtime. the 2$4$6$8 value menu, only at denny's. just so you know... when you get sick, remember, it happens to everyone their first time. i'll be fine. that's exactly what i said. (camera shutter clicks) what are you gonna do with that? this
!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president obama has been reelected to a second term with a resounding victory over republican challenger mitt romney. obama ended the night with at least 303 electoral votes, sweeping the critical battleground states of ohio, iowa, wisconsin, pennsylvania, nevada, and colorado. obama's tally is expected to rise after in florida, were he currently leads romney by over 46,000 votes. in a victory speech from chicago, obama said he returns to the white house with renewed purpose. >> i return to the white house moh determined and more inspired than ever about the future that lies ahead. you elected us to focus on your jobs, not ours. in the coming weeks and months, out and working with leaders of both parties to meet the challenges we can only solve together. reducing our deficit, reforming our tax codes, fixing our immigration system, freeing ourselves from foreign oil. we have more work to do. >> mitt romney won the traditional republican states, but ended up with only one swing state victory, taking north carolina. after reports tha
report. i'm amy goodman. israel is threatening to launch a ground invasion of the gaza strip after breaking an informal ceasefire with a series of deadly attacks. on wednesday, an israeli airstrike assassinated the head of hamas' military wing. the bombing continued, killing at least 13 solutions, including a baby and a mother pregnant with twins. more than one headed palestinians were wounded. at least three israelis were killed when palestinian rockets hit a residential building in the town of kiryat malahi, the first israeli fatality since the latest fighting began. israel says it is try to prevent rocket fire, but the latest round began last week when israeli troops killed a young boy in gaza. the situation has escalated since saturday when palestinian militants fired at an israeli military vehicle near the israel-gaza border. after palestinian militant groups agreed to an informal truce on monday, israel broke two days of quiet with wednesday's attack. at the united nations, the palestinian envoy condemn the israeli government. >> there is no justification whatsoever for assas
down in the east bay, france, lightning knocked out power to an entire neighborhood. and amy has more. >> we're at 24th and fountain perfect a lot of people were woken up in the middle of the night. and a lot of people shaking their heads and saying, this is a wild one. the first winter storm of the year brought hail with it. these pictures came from from the viewers in the east bay. and lightning was also part of the package. in san francisco's valley, it woke up the neighborhood. >> it was of larger than anything i ever heard. and i knew it was close. >> i up watching tv, and i was awakened by a sonic boom. >> it was not just loud. the lightning caused a power outage, knocking out transformers, power to 500 customers. >> it took them all up. >> as the sun came up, we could see one more element that the storm brought with it. snow on the peaks of mount hamilton and mount diablo. quite an active storm for early november, and it packed a lot into a small amount of time. and of course, now it's beautiful outside. weather in the bay area just changes just like that. the power came on at
. >> "washington journal" continues. host: amy kremer is chairman of the tea party express and is here to talk to us about the tea party and the future of the republican party. welcome to the "washington journal." guest: thanks for having me. i'm happy to be here. host: we've got an article here from the "christian science monitor" with the headline, "will the tea party compromise." he writes, tea petitioniers may be more amenable to an agreement on tax revenues now that the electorate has signaled it doesn't especially like what the tea party has been up to. he goes on to say, if there's a mandate in yesterday's results, said speaker john boehner on yesterday, it's a mandate to find a way for us to work together. republicans, he said, are willing to accept new revenue under the right conditions to get a bipartisan agreement over the budget. your thoughts about what robert reich had to say and what the speaker is saying. guest: well, you know, i think that we need to find some common ground. obviously we're facing this fiscal cliff, so we have to find some common ground. everybody's talking ab
neighborhood along lausanne avenue. we have live coverage from amy hollyfield. >> reporter: the water main ruptured 5:45 this morning unleashing 45,000 gallons of water. it rushed down hill into a daly city neighborhood and brought the hill with it. mud filled streets and built a disgusting wall around several cars. concerned police officers ran from door-to-door to wake up the neighborhood. >> they ran at 5 in the morning several times and i woke up what is going on. they are like there's a mudslide you have to evacuate. >> reporter: members of the wong family had no idea how long they would be out of their home they packed two days worth of clothing and tried to navigate through the mud and water at 5:00 in the morning with suitcases. >> they said there's an evacuation center across the street from our house we couldn't get there because of the mud. >> reporter: when the sun came up she saw her car halfway covered in mud, sinking by the minute. >> it makes me want to cry it was my first car. >> reporter: after they stopped the water authorities decided to keep eight homes evacuated becau
, everyone. happy friday to robin at home, recovering, getting stronger every day. amy robach here. been here all week. and, boy, a big showdown in washington yesterday. the high-stakes meetings over the tax deal brew apart. tim geithner took the president's latest offer to the republicans. you see him there with mitch mcconnell, the republican senate leader, who he said he laughed out loud when he saw geithner's proposal. we'll have all the details ahead. >> wow. >>> and a shocking medical headline this morning. glass particles in a generic drug for lipitor. a drug millions take to control their cholesterol. very scary findings. >> absolutely. >>> look at this, everybody. the secret santa. we don't know his name, trekking around some of the areas hardest hit by hurricane sandy, handing out $100 bills to those in need. >> happy holidays. >> yes. >> absolutely. >>> let's begin with america's latest powerball millionaires. one in arizona. one in missouri. and alex perez is in the small town of dearborn, missouri, where one lucky man is about to go public with his good fortune. good morning, ale
're not at 55% ami any more, first we're going to let you go to 200% of the original. so, you were allowed to go up a little. we're going to price it at your exact income level. >> that's the other point. it's not like what it was when you got it. it's what the reality is. [multiple voices] that tends to make a lot of sense to me. it sounds like you're doing a lot in this program. and i hear it sounds like it's pretty successful and i hope it's able to continue on. and there are some changes that are going to take place as per the measure that just passed in the legislation where the percentage for on-site will be a little lower, but na has nothing to do with this. you'll just have to follow the new laws and who it applies to in terms of number of units. thank you. >> you're welcome. i think my coworker wanted to make a comment. >> there are a couple questions about resale and equity that's occurred. i want to be clear the resale is to sell to a buyer who qualifies -- who income qualifies. it's not -- they're not selling on the open market, but to income qualify. >> i understand that. that would
now is amy kremer. chairwoman of the tea party express. good it have you with us this morning. >> hey, thanks for having me. >> amy, some say the tea party is the reason in part in why the republicans came up short taking control of the senate in 2012 and 2010. they say the candidates are too extreme to win in the general elections. who do you think is responsible for the gop coming up short, specifically in the senate? >> well, you know, i think there's a lot of blame to go around because candidates that could be considered tea part or labeled tea party lost such as george allen and rayburg. so, plenty of blame to go around. we just, elections have consequences and we have to continue pushing forward and this does not indicate in any way, whatsoever, that the tea party movement is dying. matter of fact, i think it will strengthen it. >> let's talk about the fiscal cliff, the automatic cuts if washington can't agree on a plan to cut spending and the deficit. president proposed cuts and raising taxes on income over $250,000. republicans thus far said no to the tax increase, although jo
television set and also a sing yer actress . her latest project is a musical and she wrote it about amy mcpearson and it is called scandalous. and it premieres on broadway next week . welcome back to the cathy lee gifford. [ applause ] >> hello, governor. >> hi, cathy lee. >> nice to see you. >> wow, you are always doing something and now a broadway play you have written about a interesting character. >> a real woman of history. fallen through the cracks of history. her store store is unbelievable. if she was unbelievable why haven't. >> ♪ hooreyes for holly. ♪ everyone from shirrley to amy temple. it is amy tempem mcpearson and i have been fascinated with her for 40 years. >> thee is fascinating. >> i heard of her 40 years in college and i said no one have e that. the tempem show built is still >> i poke in the dream >> still taking care of 30,000 people a week in the worst part of the los angeles. amy in a nut shell was a 17 year old athiest who was a farm girl from canada and was the most controversial woman of her generation and saved one and half million people. and baptized
wrong. >> it's about nick and amy dunn. they're a married couple, and amy goes missing on her five-year anniversary, and it starts with that very basic premise, but the story is told as kind of a he said/she said sort of story. so it's told from nick's point of view, on the day she goes missing and as he quickly starts to become a person of interest, we don't know where amy is and what happened to her. and through amy, through diary entries from the first days of their courtship to the days she's missing, and we come to quickly understand these two not entirely reliable narrator, and you're going to have to sift through and decide who to believe. >> schieffer: that was the part of the book. who am i pulling for in this book as it unfolds. why do you think it was so popular? it went right to the top. >> it's a twisting mystery, but it also has a basis, kind of gender relationes, long-term relationshipes, and there are a lot of things that people can kind of connect, to the different power plays that i think we have in long-term relationships and the give-any-take of a marriage, and
exerts from his prison cell. amy robach made the trip to a secret world. >> reporter: deep in the desert, on the border between utah and arizona, a polygamous sect of 8,000 people are still living a secret live, obeying the commands of their leader, warren jeffs. he was sentenced to life in prison for the sexual assault of girls as young as 14. >> we miss our prophet. we know he is innocent. >> reporter: a year-long investigation by "20/20" reveals that jeffs, from behind prison bars, still controls every aspect of his followers' lives. >> obey the prophet when he speaks, and you'll be blessed. disobey him -- it is death. >> reporter: in this community, where a man needs three wives to gain salvation, warren jeffs married over 80 women. every week, he issues bizarre orders that seem random to outsiders. >> now it is down that you cannot eat corn. >> no sex between husband and wife. >> at home you couldn't have any toys. you couldn't ride bikes either. >> reporter: this community has often taken young boys out of school to work in construction. willie steed told us he helped build this mu
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